Japanese Garden with Tea Room Designated as a National Treasure
You can enjoy Japanese tea surrounded by a beautiful garden at Kyu-shouden-in-Shoin, an important cultural property. Enjoy a cup of tea out of a cup made using local pottery techniques called Inuyama-yaki, with Japanese sweets which you can only find here. Inside the garden, there is a national treasure tea room called “Kokuho Chashitsu Jo-an,” one of the three most important national treasure tea rooms in Japan. It is a relic of Urakusai, brother of the famous warlord, Oda Nobunaga.This tea room is the only national treasure tea room where you can take a look inside the room.
*The tea room will be closed from March 2019 to Autumn 2021 due to renovation.

Address Inuyama-gomonsaki1, Inuyama 484-0081 (on the Meitetsu Inuyama Hotel premises)

〒484-0081 犬山市犬山御門先1(名鉄犬山ホテル敷地内)


Meitetsu Nagoya Station Main Line Rapid Limited Express from Nagoya Station platform 1 (Green-yellow light) to Inuyama Station 25m From Inuyama Station to Inuyama-yuen Station 2m-walk

Business hours

3/1–7/14 9:00am–5:00pm
7/15–8/31 9:00am–6:00
9/1–11/30 9:00am–5:00pm
12/1–2/29 9:00am–4:00pm


Open year-round


Tel: 0568-61-4608



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Supported languages

Only available in English


Entrance fee Adults: ¥1,000 Children ¥600; Tea ¥600
(Discounts available for visitors who stay or use the restaurant at Meitetsu Inuyama Hotel)

Average visit length


Websites Official Sitehttp://www.m-inuyama-h.co.jp/en/Inuyama Tourist Informationhttps://inuyama.gr.jp.e.jm.hp.transer.com/garden-uraku.html

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